From the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Libraries, case descritions are included for professions of Dentistry, Nursing, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Public Health and Veterinary Medicine
The Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) is a non profit making entity and is part of Better Value Healthcare which is based in Oxford. The programme has developed workshops and tools for critical appraisal covering a wide range of research. It has also developed finding the evidence workshops, interactive and e-learning resources.
The Centre for Health Evidence provives links to the complete set of Users' Guides originally published as a series in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The CHE continues to maintain the full text pre-publication version of this series on behalf of the Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group with permission from the journal.
"As an aid for readers, ... the JAMA Guide to Statistics and Methods ... will provide explanations about statistical analytic approaches and methods used in research reported in JAMA articles, and they will be written in language practicing clinicians can understand."